Articles on pull requests

Jon Rogers

Jon Rogers

Why Write Good Pull Requests?

Writing a good, clean pull request description gives us developers a chance to use words (not code) to explain why we are making the change, describe the problem this code is solving, and provide context around why we chose a particular implementation.

Zoe Madden-Wood

Zoe Madden-Wood

Changes Requested

Each team has their own tolerance for what is and is not a reason to request changes on a PR and block it from being merged. This may be rooted in process, fairness, and expediency, and may be a company or team decision. Whatever your personal philosophy may be, the team as a whole and

Christian Nelson

Christian Nelson

Tinderbox: Continuous Deployment and Better Code Reviews

A couple of months ago, we committed to hosting Tinderbox talks every 8 weeks. We’re excited to announce the second event in the new series, which is scheduled for Wednesday April 30th. This is what we have on the docket: Paul Biggar, founder of CircleCI, is joining us to discuss the Many Ways of Continuous

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